LAHORE: Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah has said life will continue as normal in Lahore on the day of the Pakistan Super League final.
Addressing a press conference on Thursday, Sanaullah informed that no roads will be blocked and there will be no curfew in the city on Sunday, March 5 – the day of the finale.
“No offices will be closed except the restaurant inside the Gaddafi Stadium. Everything will stay normal on the day,” the minister stressed.
Sanaullah further informed that a free shuttle service will be available to take people from the parking to the stadium. Metro timings will also be extended so that the service is available to public after the match ends, he added.
“The entire nation has welcomed the hosting of the PSL final in Lahore. The nation is united against terrorism,” Sanaullah said.